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Moscow restaurant guide

Restaurant: Shatush


Address: 17 Gogolevsky blvd.
Metro: Kropotkinskaya
Phone: 201 4071


Average cost: over $100
Cuisine: Chinese, European
Services: English-language menu

Modern Chinese with European influences. Minimalist black wood interior. Extensive specialty cocktail menu. Noon-midnight.

A twin restaurant of London based Hakkasan. The word Shatush in Russian translation means the most expensive wool of the Tibetan llama, yet the wool is not part of the decorations or ingredient of the dishes. The restaurant features two halls and a summer terrace. The dark blue hall is an exact copy of the brothers one and the red lounge area is the best relaxation spot in Moscow. Comfortable couches and twilight could help to relex even the most stressed out businessman after difficult working day. Couples smoke kalian, some are snuggling and kissing hidden by the dark haze. Chinese handicraft floor lamps complement the design, though they do not serve their purpose. The menu provides dishes similar to the London restaurant. The cuisine is just as original as oriental design of modern Asian extravaganza!

Bill: $$$$

Service: ****


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